Michigan House Committee Prepares to Subpoena ‘Slippery’ Dominion CEO

Michigan House Committee threaten to subpoena Dominion CEO

The Michigan House committee investigating vote fraud in the 2020 election is threatening to subpeona Dominino CEO John Poulos if he doesn’t start cooperating with lawmakers.

In a letter leaked online, state Rep. Matt Hall slammed Poulos for ignoring his pre-Thanksgiving invitation to testify before the committee, and in a letter dated December 4 invited him to appear again.

“On November 23, I sent you a letter inviting you to join the House Oversight Committee so that we could get answers to the many questions that we have regarding the potential issues that occurred on Election Day. I have not received an answer to my request,” Hall said.

“I am writing again to request your appearance before the House Oversight Committee so that we can further investigate Dominion’s role in the election,” the letter continued.

“To help our constituents, committee members, and colleagues better understand the election software, and get to the bottom of any of the issues that arose on Election Day related to the software I am hopeful that you would agree to appear and speak with us,” Hall said.

The chairman then warned, “Finally, if Dominion chooses to ignore this second request to come before the committee I am prepared to seek legislative subpoena power to compel your appearance before the House Oversight Committee. I am hopeful that it would not come to this.”

Breitbart.com reports: Michigan talk radio host Steve Gruber reported Antrim County judge Kevin Elsenheimer ordered an exam to be conducted on Dominion voting machines in that area, where about 6,000 votes mysteriously flipped from Donald Trump to Joe Biden in the election.

According to Gruber, Dominion is threatening “lawsuits against Antrim County and its 22 townships for violating … contracts with The State of Michigan.”

“Those contracts forbid access to the Dominion tabulation machines or the software and algorithms that run elections,” he said.

Dominion had been scheduled to appear before the Pennsylvania legislature in mid-November, but canceled just hours before the hearing was scheduled to begin., WFMZ said.

“Today I am saddened to report to the taxpayers of Pennsylvania and the 1.3 million voters who used Dominion voting that Dominion has hung you out to dry and slapped you in your faces,” Pennsylvania state Rep. Seth Grove said after the announcement.

Legislators wanted answers from the company, regardless of if or how they impacted the outcome of the election.

Addressing concerns some have about the integrity of the election, Grove said, “Whether they’re true or not, let’s have the discussion and knock them down to provide accuracy for our voters.”